Parent Informational Meeting : College Credit Now
VHS Guidance Department will host a College Credit Now information meeting for parents of current 10th and 11th grade students on Thursday, February 28, 2013 at 6:00 pm in the Little Theater. College Credit Now provides opportunities for Georgia high school students to take college-level courses and earn concurrent credit toward a high school diploma and a college degree. Area college representatives will be in attendance to answer specific questions about their school’s ACCEL program, Dual enrollment and other college credit now opportunities. Please contact the Guidance Department at (229) 333-8550 if you have any questions.
Make sure to check out admission requirements and deadlines for your college choices.
1. Submit application and application fee.
2. Send your SAT/ACT scores (collegeboard.org or actstudent.org) or arrange to the COMPASS if required by technical college.
3. Send transcript (gacollege411.org or vhs.gocats.org)
**Purchase your cap and gown ASAP. Each month the cost only goes up!
At VALDOSTA HIGH SCHOOL
When: Four (4) Saturdays
February 2, February 9, February 23, March 2
Where: VHS Campus: Enter the lunchroom on the water tower side
Teachers will meet students in the lunchroom, then proceed
to classes English – Room 117 Math - Room 114
Students will divide their time between English and Math
Time: 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Sponsored by 100 Black Men Incorporation of Valdosta
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SAT Test Prep
SAT study materials are available to any student who is planning to take the SAT. Copies of The Official SAT Study Guide by Collegeboard are available for checkout in IMC 2. Also, registration information for The Official SAT Online Course is available in the counseling office. Students may come to counseling office before or after school or during advisement
The Valdosta High School Guidance/Counseling Department is staffed with six certified professional school counselors and two secretaries available to provide assistance with educational planning, career decision making and personal/social concerns.
9th Grade Academy counselors serving all 1st year 9th grade students.
10th -12th grade students are assigned to a counselor by Houses/Teams. A student's House is determined by the House to which his/her homeroom teacher is assigned.